Will artificial intelligence take over my job? These days, that question looms large in media and entertainment, where talk of a "robotic revolution" in which easily taught tasks can be automated…
It's one of the great, glorious names from Hollywood's Golden Age. It conjures magical nights watching epics unspool on giant screens in rococo movie palaces. The word itself entered the language, as…
At the South by Southwest music and film festival, cinematographer Lan Bui aimed his Nikon D800 camera at Southern rock band the Statesboro Revue, shooting a live musicvideo for Warner Music. Nikon…
True holographic TV no longer the stuff of science
Will consumers accept a virtual video library?
The bulk of the biz backs UltraViolet, but Disney and allies stand apart
With faster 4G networks powering mobile devices, wireless carriers are seeking new ways to leverage their ability to deliver video with new content deals.
TV's pioneers could never have imagined the extent to which greenscreen -- the technique of melding a foreground image with a different background -- would become so integral to production.
Ancillary content can lure viewers to traditional platforms -- if it stands out
American Society of Cinematographers prexy Michael Goi remembers the day he was interviewed for a feature film by "a very famous producer" for a beach movie with African-American actors.
Breaking through Internet clutter is the name of the game as the studios work with interactive creative agencies and rich-media ad servers to create Web banners, microsites, mobile messaging and…